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A reduced copy by an unknown painter of the central panel of a triptych by Hieronymus Bosch, which is now in the Museo del Prado, Madrid. Apart from Bosch's autograph version of his composition, three sixteenth-century copies are recorded, the other two being in Paris and Budapest. The subject of the picture is problematic, but most scholars interpret it as a condemnation of the pleasures of the senses.
16th C/early 17th C
oil on wood
H 132 x W 113.5 cm
purchased by Henry S. Wellcome, c.1900–1936